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Topic - Bernard James
Such is life for players such as Clark and Jardine, criss-crossing the country for team workouts in the final weeks before the NBA draft. The Wizards were the third and seventh stop, respectively, for Clark and Jardine, who were joined by Matt Gatens (Iowa), Bernard James (Florida State) and Darius Miller (Kentucky).
The Cincinnati Bearcats are making it an Ohio party in the NCAA tournament, giving the Buckeye State four teams in the final 16.
Florida State beat North Carolina twice this season. Did the same to Duke, too.
Derwin Kitchen scored 19 points and Chris Singleton added 17 and 10 rebounds in Florida State's 68-61 victory Saturday over No. 15 Baylor in the third-place game of the Diamond Head Classic.
"I chased it down and was able to dunk it," James said. "I think that was a pretty big momentum swing for us."
No one wants to be seen as the weak link, shot-blocking specialist Bernard James said, so the Seminoles guard each other so tightly there are days it seems as if nobody scores.